Here’s the journaling:
Jury duty sucks, right? I was assigned to a horrific criminal case and the judge refused to excuse me from the jury.
As the case dragged on for days, I got to know the other jurors by their numbers (I was Juror #9).
Each day I went to lunch with the other jurors, where we were prevented from discussing the one thing we had in common. I found that the jury was a surprisingly fun and interesting group.
Finally the verdict was in, and all the jurors discussed the fact that we would like to have a chance to visit now that the pressure of the trial is over. I shouted, “Party at Juror #10’s house!” Everyone agreed that this was a great idea. I felt a little guilty, though, and offered to help Juror #10 with the party.
Amazingly, Juror #10 and I begin to date. The following year, he surprised me with a birthday cake that said “#9, Will You Marry Me?” The rest is history. Remember this the next time you try to get out of jury duty!
OMgosh that is quite the story of getting together so perfect for this prompt. Awesome layout
That is a great love story! and I love that the page draws you around to tell that story.
This is awesome…as a layout, a story, & a very important “friendship”!!! Good job!!
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